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Taryn - Anya's mommy 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Toronto, Ontario 49462 posts
21st Dec '12
Quoting i made a vagina.:" I agree with that too, to an extent. my sister has all girls. My old sitter has all girls. i thought id be doomed with all boys lol."

yeah, to a certain extent, and not for all women

vagina. 3 kids; Titz, No, Germany 30924 posts
21st Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Taryn - Anya's mommy:</b>" yeah, to a certain extent, and not for all women"</blockquote>



Yeah

Mandy and her girls!~ 3 kids; Illinois 10479 posts
21st Dec '12
Quoting Taryn - Anya's mommy:" See, that I don't think so, my oldest daughter's dad, he just had 2 more children in the past few years, both boys, and I had 2 girls with him (he was also the father of my angel baby)"

Well you're bound to get something different eventually haha. I mean there's only 2 sexes. All I know is when we had our last daughter everyone said how does Steven feel and I said he doesn't care and they were like well it's his doings anyways lol.

Just Emily :) 2 kids; Casa grande, Az, United States 9787 posts
status 21st Dec '12

I know a go who had 7 kids with 6 women. All girls.

Gosloving 1 child; Washington 12831 posts
21st Dec '12

It just depends on who has stronger genes. In our family it's only girls except for BIL could have a girl with his current wife. Has three boys with the same woman and a girl with another.

MamaTay[Kennedi] 1 child; Greenville, Texas 4830 posts
status 21st Dec '12

Maybe women have a part of it. So far in my mothers side, girls were born first. My grammas mom had a girl first, my gramma had a girl first, and my mom had me first, and I have a girl. My great gramma and my gramma also had another girl as the 2nd child. But my mom had a boy 2nd. I'm not onto number 2 yet. Lol.

.:ANIMAL:. California 740 posts
21st Dec '12
Quoting Taryn - Anya's mommy:" Okay I tried this once, but a bunch of people. had to get all sarcastic on me, because I wasn't quite ... [snip!] ... else, pregnant with their 4th, all girls. I am not definitely not saying all women, but some. What are your thoughts on this?"


My doc says that it's the frequency of the sex that can often determine the sex of the child. When I concieved my son with my friend he and I hadn't had sex in ages. So he had more Y chromosomes, and when I concieved my daughter me and my husband were screwing like bunnies and therefore there were less Y chromosomes. My doc said that's how it works, but I'm not sure I believe it.

......... nowhere, NW, United States 25972 posts
21st Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Taryn - Anya's mommy:</b>" Okay I tried this once, but a bunch of people. had to get all sarcastic on me, because I wasn't quite ... [snip!] ... else, pregnant with their 4th, all girls. I am not definitely not saying all women, but some. What are your thoughts on this?"</blockquote>




I think conceiving at all has to do with body chemistry and how they "match up". I don't think it has anything to do with sex though.

Fatty McRunnerPants 2 kids; 4 angel babies; Clearlake, California 59390 posts
21st Dec '12

Yeah I can see that. When TTC I read a lot of stuff about what conditions sperm thrives under, that male zygoats are less likely to attach to women who smoke, etc. etc.



My mom, for example, 6 kids, 4 fathers, she only has 2 boys. My sister (and her husband) have 5 girls. My other sister 2 children, 2 fathers, both girls. I have one of each but they were concieved at different times in my cycle.

blah 17 kids; Alabama 7639 posts
21st Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Chim Richalds:</b>" pH can change. Some people have basically the same all the time, but diet plays a big part."</blockquote>




My diet had changed but a man's ph can change too. Also I heard the position plays a roll too. I have a friend who did sex positions to getva boy

Two Princesses 2 kids; Long Beach, CA, United States 7203 posts
21st Dec '12

A friend of mine who is majoring in psychology told me she read in one of her college textbooks that a woman's womb can decide which sperm it will and will not allow. Giving credence to the theory that even though the sperm of a man has pre-determined gender, perhaps certain women's wombs don't allow a certain gendered sperm.
I have been pregnant with three girls, and they didn't all have the same father. So it seems I may not make boys. but who knows.

Pey and Trista's mommy Due January 5; 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Houston, Texas 42503 posts
22nd Dec '12

I believe it. My bff has 5 girls...3 with one guy, 1 with the guy she was with for a while and one with her husband....all girls.

blah 17 kids; Alabama 7639 posts
22nd Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting .:ANIMAL:.:</b>" My doc says that it's the frequency of the sex that can often determine the sex of the child. When I ... [snip!] ... like bunnies and therefore there were less Y chromosomes. My doc said that's how it works, but I'm not sure I believe it. "</blockquote>



It was the opposite for me

blah 17 kids; Alabama 7639 posts
22nd Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Fatty McRunnerPants:</b>" Yeah I can see that. When TTC I read a lot of stuff about what conditions sperm thrives under, that male ... [snip!] ... My other sister 2 children, 2 fathers, both girls. I have one of each but they were concieved at different times in my cycle."</blockquote>



I have a lot of friends who smoke and they all have at least 1 boy. Hmm

.:ANIMAL:. California 740 posts
22nd Dec '12
Quoting momma melissa85:" <blockquote><b>Quoting .:ANIMAL:.:</b>" My doc says that it's the frequency of the ... [snip!] ... chromosomes. My doc said that's how it works, but I'm not sure I believe it. "</blockquote> It was the opposite for me"


lol I could've mixed it up, but in all honesty I don't see the point...it's a baby...they're supposed to be loved regardless of sex.